The General Medical Council’s handling of complaints: the Waney Squier case


By Peter Wilmshurst

I believe that when a national regulator is inconsistent in dealing with complaints and when statutory legal tribunals make decisions that appear to be arbitrary and politically motivated, we need to question whether justice is being served and whether the public is being protected.

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Prometheus: Critical Studies in Innovation Volume 35, Issue 5
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